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PoE is not a new technology; but its adoption is expanding quickly, as increased energy efficiency has become a common consideration when developing any new electrical product. Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows devices to be powered efficiently over 4 pair CAT cables. These cables are installed to provide power and control to dozens of devices in technologies such as lighting systems, access control, security systems with cameras, access points for wireless networks etc. Though the
The word that is buzzing in the IT world is Internet of Things. The phrase Internet of Things, abbreviated as IoT, is a combination of two words “Internet” and “Things”.  The Internet is a global network based on interconnected digital networks that use the standard protocol (TCP/IP) to serve millions of users around the world. However the word Things can be any everyday objects which not only includes electronic devices but also “things” such as
Eliminating Wireless Dead Zones to keep customers connected in-doors Telecom services around the globe are now considered to be a common utility, due to years of investment by Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), to ensure their customers are provided with robust cellular coverage. However, despite the large scale cellular roll-outs, coverage provision for buildings and various venues still proves to be a challenge, and the situation is getting worse as dependency on data services is forecasted
With the need for higher speeds and bandwidth-intensive applications, going above and beyond the 100Mbps to 1 Gbps mark. CAT 6A twisted-pair copper has gradually become the ultimate one-stop “category” of LAN cables to be relied on. Where CAT 5e and CAT 6 networks fail to deliver, CAT 6A, being a 500MHz cabling system, is designed to meet the criteria for 10 Gigabit applications in all its one size fits all glory which can serve